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My "On The Air" Thank You Episode

Yesterday's on the air episode of Minot Today was my personal Thanksgiving eposode and the conclusion of two years of the radio program. NO I'm not going anywhere I will be back next Friday with the first episode of year three.

 

My 3rd year anniversary show features the return of Darrell Handlesman the General Manager of the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs! If you remember the first visit with Darrell then you remember that it was without a doubt one of the most exciting and inspiring episodes we've broadcast.

I am very Thankful for KHRT Radio for taking a chance with my radio show even though I had had no prior radio experience. I am thankful that the listeners didn't change the dial when I came on the air and infact called the station with their approval.

Minot Today is broadcast over two radio stations every Friday. You can find it at 106.9 FM at 12:15 (Noonish) and again at 4:45 on 1320 AM. Of course I always post the broadcast as a Podcast here as well as my Podcast site at Pod-O-Matic.

This is my 10th and final post into Debbie Reynolds Thanksgiving Challenge- Post What You Are Thankful For.

 

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Comment balloon 9 commentsBob "RealMan" Timm • November 17 2018 09:15PM
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